Darin Reynolds, AIA, LEED AP BD+C


Darin Reynolds is a partner at COOKFOX Architects, joining the studio in 2006. He has led a diverse range of projects, from workplaces and high-end single-family homes to urban affordable and supportive housing.

Darin’s past work includes multiple high-performance supportive housing developments like Betances Residences, which won the 2023 SARA NY Award of Excellence. Most recently, Darin served as Project Architect for two wellness-focused high-performance buildings for the Water Street Tampa development, helping it become the first neighborhood to achieve a WELL Communities certification. Darin is currently spearheading the design of Terminal Warehouse, a new commercial workplace project on the far west side of Manhattan that will transform a historic storage warehouse into biophilic and energy efficient office space. Other projects of his include a single-family home on Long Island’s East End and Salem Harbor Station, a power plant in Salem, MA. Darin speaks regularly on topics of sustainability and high-performance envelope design. He has presented at Brick & Wonder, the Facades + Conference, and the AIA NY Interiors Committee Panel.

Darin believes that architecture is the product of many hands. At COOKFOX, he strives to work as part of a team that understands the building process as well as the social and environmental impacts a project will have.


  • University of Cincinnati, College of Design Architecture, Arts & Planning, Cincinnati, OH,
    Bachelor of Architecture, 1997